You should have a Second Class Honours degree in Law or a degree with a substantial Law element (for example one that included; Legal System, Public Law, and Law of Obligations).
Months of entry
In a competitive job market a Master's Degree can help you stand out from the crowd. Studying for an LLM will enable you to engage in deeper study and engage in critical discourse in the legal subject area. This course is ideal for those who want to work for international organisations, NGOs and governments. Graduates have included lawyers and civil servants from countries such as the Caribbean, United States and Nigeria. Examples of dissertations submitted by students in this area include a critical appraisal of the UN Security Council's proposed reforms in relation to its powers, representation and rights of veto and the role of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice in the enforcement of human rights, as well as topics relating to international criminal law.
The course also provides an ideal foundation for those intending to pursue PhDs.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- The Business School (M123/M131)
- 01484 472956